******************************** Event is free and open to public ******************************** The birdwatchers of Bangalore come together for an annual event that is celebrated as ‘Bengaluru Bird Day’ in honor of Dr. Joseph George, who started the group birdwatching movement in Bangalore four decades ago. This is the fifth year that this event is being held and
Wildlife art workshop by renowned wildlife artist Tatiana Petrova who is briefly visiting India. Suitable for all ages, this workshop will teach you how to draw wildlife in the field and it will help take your nature art pursuits to the next level.
Ideally suited as a weekend morning outing for your family, the walk will introduce one of the well-known, and seldom observed, smaller creature of our city. We will hear the stories behind them, their relationship to other creatures and the vital role they play in our environment.
This book ‘Discover Garden Climbers’ is the second in our Discover series and focuses on the ornamental climbers commonly grown in the parks and gardens.
Bengaluru Bird Day is a full-day with walks, talks and workshops on birds and birdwatching. This informal event is put together by the birdwatching community in Bangalore to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Joseph George, who started the group birdwatching effort in Bangalore. The event is completely free of cost and open to all.
Ideally suited as a morning family outing, the walk will introduce concepts relating to biodiversity, ecology and environment.
Buy Tickets Now Join us this Christmas eve to walk among the trees at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens and to learn more about them. We will specifically focus on the four different species of Christmas Trees that the park plays host to, while not ignoring the others. Ideally suited as a morning outing for your family,
My Experience with Bird Baths — Talk by Shubha Bhat How to Observe Difficult Birds in the Field and Identify them? — Talk by Ramit Singal I Searched Online and Found Nothing Useful — Hands-on Wikipedia Workshop
Buy Tickets Now Ideally suited as a morning outing for your family, the walk will introduce many of the avenue trees, the stories behind them and their relationship to other creatures. We will also observe common birds & butterflies, and the little known and seldom observed smaller creatures that one commonly sees in the city.
Cover Photo Courtesy: Ganesh Raghunathan We are celebrating this year's World Wildlife Week with a festival of short movies from across India. Please do visit and be a part of it. No registration required. Entry free. 09:00 AM Race to Save the Amur Falcon A film by Shekar Dattatri 20 min In the state